Electric Kettle 3000W sealed element white/black £11.99 @ Lidl instore - HotUKDeals
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If you are in for a new kettle, I just bought this one and there was loads in stock:

* Cordless design with 360° rotational base
* 3000 watt
* With water level indicator and removable limescale filter
* With concealed heating element
* Max. capacity (L): 1.7
* 3 year manufacturer’s warrant.

German company, although it's unclear whether it's actyually "Made in Germany". Looks and feels good quality.
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#1
That's unusual, loads of heat and not one comment...doh!
#2
RedOnRed
That's unusual, loads of heat and not one comment...doh!


Good for boiling water......... Here is a comment for you.
#3
How's it for noise? Our kettle could wake the dead at the moment...
#4
Bigfootpete
How's it for noise? Our kettle could wake the dead at the moment...

Difficult to say. I tried a Kennwood (black) which sounded like a helicopter taking off (returned it to Argos). After that I bought a Breville (green) and it sounded much less noisy (very much like my Russell & Hobbs before). The Lidl kettle is about the same noise as the Breville/Russell. It's quieter when it is full and a bit noisier if you just boil one cup. I can still understand a person next to the kettle when it's boiling one cup, if that helps.

All 3000 Watt kettle are noisier than the 2200 Watt kettles. If noise is an issue, you need to buy a slower kettle.
#5
What is the most kW you can get in a kettle?
#6
alasrati
What is the most kW you can get in a kettle?


It's limited by the fuse to about 3000 watts (13amp fuse)

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